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Dog walkers who allow their pets to chase and catch rabbits or squirrels could be prosecuted under Labour's plans to tighten up anti-hunting laws, campaigners fear.

Labour set out plans to introduce a new "recklessness clause to prevent trail hunts being used as a cover for the illegal hunting of wild animals" in its 50-point Animal Welfare Manifesto in August.

In an interview in the Telegraph, Nick Herbert MP, the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance, warned that the new law could inadvertently see dog walkers prosecuted.

He said: "They want to lower the threshold to recklessness to make it easier to prosecute people who could be completely legitimately trail hunting or walking their dog,...

Dog walkers who allow their pets to chase and catch rabbits or squirrels could be prosecuted under Labour's plans to tighten up anti-hunting laws, campaigners fear.

Labour set out plans to introduce a new "recklessness clause to prevent trail hunts being used as a cover for the illegal hunting of wild animals" in its 50-point Animal Welfare Manifesto in August.

In an interview in the Telegraph, Nick Herbert MP, the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance, warned that the new law could inadvertently see dog walkers prosecuted.

He said: "They want to lower the threshold to recklessness to make it easier to prosecute people who could be completely legitimately trail hunting or walking their dog,...

Dog walkers who allow their pets to chase and catch rabbits or squirrels could be prosecuted under Labour's plans to tighten up anti-hunting laws, campaigners fear.

Labour set out plans to introduce a new "recklessness clause to prevent trail hunts being used as a cover for the illegal hunting of wild animals" in its 50-point Animal Welfare Manifesto in August.

In an interview in the Telegraph, Nick Herbert MP, the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance, warned that the new law could inadvertently see dog walkers prosecuted.

He said: "They want to lower the threshold to recklessness to make it easier to prosecute people who could be completely legitimately trail hunting or walking their dog,...

Dog walkers who allow their pets to chase and catch rabbits or squirrels could be prosecuted under Labour's plans to tighten up anti-hunting laws, campaigners fear.

Labour set out plans to introduce a new "recklessness clause to prevent trail hunts being used as a cover for the illegal hunting of wild animals" in its 50-point Animal Welfare Manifesto in August.

In an interview in the Telegraph, Nick Herbert MP, the new chairman of the Countryside Alliance, warned that the new law could inadvertently see dog walkers prosecuted.

He said: "They want to lower the threshold to recklessness to make it easier to prosecute people who could be completely legitimately trail hunting or walking their dog,...